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Screening and Assessment of Co-occurring Disorders in the Justice System – Instruments Part 1

This course examines the intricacies of assessing and screening prison inmates for co-occurring disorders. The course materials will provide the reader with a clearly presented set of information about assessment and screening instruments used with the mentally ill criminal justice population. References are also included for those seeking additional information.…

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Psychotherapy of Mood Disorders

Psychotherapy has been proven to be an effective treatment for a variety of mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder. Evidence based therapies include such interventions as cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and brief psychodynamic therapy. This article presents a broad overview of various psychotherapy treatments, their evidence, and a…

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Screening and Assessment of Co-occurring Disorders in the Justice System: Executive Summary and Key Issues in Screening and Assessment

This course examines the intricacies of assessing and screening prison inmates for co-occurring disorders. The course materials will provide the reader with a clearly presented set of information that should contribute valuable knowledge to any health care professional interested in the mentally ill criminal justice population. References are also included…

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The Disconnected Brain: Understanding Brain- Behaviour Relationships in Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders

While the neuroscience of trauma has become a burgeoning field in recent times, it is often difficult for clinicians to translate the research findings into clinically relevant signs and symptoms and to integrate this knowledge into treatment planning. This workshop will provide an overview of how the brain responds to…

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Computer-Mediated Communication in Intimate Relationships: Associations of boundary crossing, intruism, relationship satisfaction, and partner responsiveness

People now use mobile devices on a daily basis to share and communicate in many ways, such as through text messaging and Facebook. This article presents research on computer-mediated communication (CMC) and its effect on committed couples’ relationships. Results of this study suggested that participants’ reports of online boundary crossing…

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